A man of the Night's Watch, currently escorting Arya and Gendril north through the riverlands to help them avoid capture by the gold cloaks.
Sean was the first to be approached by the GM, during a campaign run by a mutual friend. As a gamer, Sean can be quick to act, often surprising the GM by going off the carefully constructed rails. As a father, Sean is considerably slower; he used to allow his daughter Lizzie to quite literally run rampant through the GM's house, though now her mother has more control of things.
Played by: Lizzie (or Beth as her mother calls her)
Arya is the youngest daughter of Eddard & Catelyn Stark who is more boisterous than her older sister Sansa (and in fact her older brothers Bran & Robb). She is currently on the run through the riverlands after her father was killed in front of her.
Lizzie is Sean's daughter, who has returned to the group after a short hiatus brought on by a panic attack at seeing her father executed in front of her (nirl). The contition for her playing with the group again was her mother accompanying her to the group. This has made her much more withdrawn.
Played by: Phoebe
Gendry is the son of a powerful blacksmith in Kings Landing, who is searching for him for... some reason. He's on the run with Arya and Yoren.
Phoebe's only really in the game to look after her daughter Lizzie, though she enjoys playing the character of the fugitive.
Played by: Will
Catelyn Stark is currently on a diplomatic mission to attempt to persuade the brother of the dead king Robert Baratheon to ally his forces with her son Robb's, in their attempt to overthrow the Lannisters, in retaliation for the murder of Catelyn's husband Eddard (Sean's previous character).
Will and Sean came along to this epic fantasy role-playing game with no small amount of persuasion from the GM. Despite being reluctant at first, Will quickly found himself right at home in the context. His first character, Bran, died falling from a tower while investigating Jaime Lannister. Don't worry, he got better.
Played by: Nick
Tyrion is the dwarf son of one of the most powerful men in the Seven Kingdoms. He lives a good life of whores, booze and food, much to the dislike of his family. He was recently appointed Hand of the King, a post previously held by Eddard Stark.
Nick has been playing RPGs with the GM since their university days. He spends less time than the others coming up with hair braned schemes, meaning his plans are based more off improvisation.
Played by: Geri
Not much is known about Bronn's life before arriving in the Eyrie, seemingly out of nowhere to fight on Tyrion Lannister's behalf. He has served faithfulls since then as Tyrion's personal bodyguard.
Geri was brought along by Nick, in order to have at least one character who was on his side. She's an experianced role-player, but is widely distainful towards the format, as it provides the illusion of choice, backed up by shoddy story telling and plot contrivance.
Played by: Geri
Jaime is sister to Tyrion and the Queen, and is a member of the elite order of knights known as the kingsguard. He was captured by Robb Stark's army and is currently wallowing in a muddy cell.
Played by: Kelly
Shae is a camp follower in Tywin Lannister's army, brought to Tyrion's tent the night before the Battle of the Green Fork by Bronn. There may or may not be a great deal more complexity to her character, depending on whether or not certain aspects of the fanon is revealed to be true.
Kelly tagged along with Geri to the RPG session, and has made quite an impression on Nick. Not much is currently known about her.
Joffrey has taken a turn for the worse since becoming King. Before he held a live and let live attitude, and since he flipped out and killed Eddard Stark, he's a bit more... nasty.
Cersei is a fierce and protective mother, who many say is the real power behind the Iron Throne. Despite Tyrion's appointlemt as Hand of the King, she is still the core force of Lannister influence in King's Landing.
Sansa is the eldest daughter of Ned Stark, who has travelled south with him and Arya. She is betrothed to Prince Joffrey and is deeply in love, despite his murdering her father. Love works in mysterious ways...
Known as the spider, Varys is master of whispers for the small council. He specialises in hidden information and has dozens of spies throughout the capital.
Known as Littlefinger, Lord Baelish is master of coin on the small council. He grew up with Catelyn Stark in the Riverlands but has since gained great notoriety in King's Landing as a skilled accountant and Pimp.
Pycelle serves as Maester for the greatest Lords in the Seven Kingdoms and is a wise and inventive alcoholic. He also stocks a wide range of poisons for use in procuring antidotes... Just something to remember.
She don't have to put on the red light.
This pun works better if you've just read Comic #69- Old Faces in a New City.
The Eyrie & the Riverlands:
Sister of Catlyn Stark and husband of the late Hand, Jon Arryn. She rules the Vale as Warden of the East until her son Robin comes of age. Lysa is fiercely protective of her lands, castle and son, and will destory any threat to their safety; even when it comes in the form of a major character.
Known as Robin the weak, Robin the feeble and Robin the oh-crap-he's-behind-me-isn't-he...
Tywin is head of House Lannister, and father to Tyrion, Jaime and Cersei. He is one of the richest, and most powerful men in the Seven Kingdoms and is currently at war with Robb Stark, who is attempting to secede from the Seven Kingdoms.
Kevan is Tywin's brother, father of Lancelot Lannister. We don't need to talk about him.
shagga write about shagga self in third person. shagga not conform to gramatic norms. shagga in place where king's landed with little man.
Just some guy with a bridge. Probably not important right?
Robb has riden to War with the Lannisters in order to avenge the death of his father and reclaim the North for itself. And claim a bit of the riverlands for the North too.
Head of Robb's gang, Nobby Fee is like well hard man...
Big Jonny Umber is the toughest bruiser in Robb's gang. He doesn't talk like the rest of them though, he's too old. And plus, that gangster-talk thing is really hard to write sometimes.
This is Winterfell's master of arms, Ser Not-Important-to-the-Plot.
He isn't important to the plot.
Winterfell & the North:
Bran is the youngest son of Ned and Catelyn Stark, who have raised him under question circumstances, being as her was a PC until his untimely demise falling from a tower. Nowadays he is serving as Lord of Winterfell in his fathers stead, judging that his older brother Robb is not suitable to the task.
The bastard born of Eddard Stark and some random woman who isn't really important to the story. The boy has become simple following an extended period of mental torture from his step-mother. As a result he speaks only in abrupt statements of his own emotions. Unfortunately the only emotions he can pull off are worried & confused.
He is currently serving as a member of the elite brotherhood of the Night's Watch, defending the realm against the dangers which lie beyond the mapped world.
As Ned Stark's long suffering maester, Luwin has suffered through many hair brained schemes and paranoid late night antidote requests.
Known as the Great Bear. Commander of the Night's Watch.
Maester for the Night's Watch, Aemon is an old, blind, librarian who ocasionally spouts prophecies for the benefit of his guests.